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nevada o governor's state of tfhe statea. address from the capitol in carson city governor sandoval was the first hispanic governor in 2010. he's up for re-election next year. we're going to the state house now. [applause] [applause] >> please be seated. governor sandoval, we welcome wl you to the chambers, and we look forward to your message. thank you. he thank c you.hed membs of t madam speaker, mr. president, distinguished members of the legislature, honorable justices of the nevada supreme court, constitutional officers, senator myellow honored guests, my fellow nevadans, for nearly 150 years, governors before me havey stood in front of this body ande delivered their state of thedre the persal deliv the personal delivery of a alni biannual message has become onee of ourd most honored tradition. i'm proud to be here tonight to continue this tradition along with my wife, the first lady, kathleen, and my three children, marissa, t madeleine, and james. thank you for your love and support. [applause] i want to take a moment and pause and remember two i had extraordinary nevadans,
in it. i'm not suggesting it now. don't get nervous. california, florida, and nevada passed legislation on antonymous vehicles. they're ahead of us and aren't we the automotive capital of the world? i think we should be stepping it up here and make sure we're on the forefront of advancing in vehicle and fund. i encourage that legislation. [applause] now i'm going talk about something that talking about schools and kids, but i have -- you can put it under jobs or people. the point of getting great education is having a great career and being successful. to give you one illustration there. one of the things we have we have a situation we're not getting enough performance out of our educational system. only 17% of our kids are college ready. that's absolutely unacceptable. over 60% of our kids have to take a remedial class when they go community college. that's absolutely unaccept public. and the toughest places we have schools that are persistently failing schools. about two years ago we came up with a innovative format to cancel with the failing schools that can be a forum. a place to ta
? massachusetts, california, oregon, nevada, maine. the question is no longer if they legalized. the question is not ask him about mine. it's compelling evidence to suggest of the legalized in short order so experimentation of multiple experience, much harder to turn around and think about how to handle it. both versions of those files look like and how did they influence the federal response is now. don't think about how advocacy groups responsible for dropping these initiatives, don't think they don't pay attention. the federal government is going to have a much harder time for teen legalization in colorado than in washington. why? because the colorado initiative is much easier to crack down on legalization with a strong regulation. so the easiest way to the glass marijuana if you want to get the federal government off your back is to simply repeal marijuana laws and its own regulations in place. it's a perverse situation. they really perverse situation. a federal response could stimulate more versions of marijuana legalization with even fewer protections for the first of people we care abo
," congressman steve, freshman democrat from nevada to discuss the priorities and issues before the 113th congress. including spending, immigration, and gun control. he's followed by congressman liter i are. republican from nebraska. he'll be here to talk about the decision by the state governor approve the rerouting of the keystone pipeline through the state and the potential economic impact. [inaudible] it's hard to realize now twenty five years if -- in a way after the stalin years and the crew and automatic the sort of thing. soviets were very foreign to us, you know. after some of the things that happened, why we thought they were pretty aggressive people and i won't simon steers, but they probably thought we were monsters. so we very quickly broke through that because when you deal with people that are in the same line of work as you are, why and, and you're around them far short time, why you discover that human beings . >> this weekend on american history tv. oral histories, poll low nasa restaurant on the 1980 meeting of astronauts in space. on sunday c-span3. >>> a group of cons
, nevada and north dakota. states where republican governors are leading the effort to expand medicaid. let me make that point abundantly clear. if we fail to act, montana taxpayer dollars will be used to provide health care to citizens thousands of miles away while i rates will continue to go up year after year. it's time we set politics aside on this issue. politics won't treat diabetes. extremism doesn't create jobs. intransigence will provide health care for those who can't afford it. [cheers and applause] .. for the program in over two decades. for that and other reasons, tonight i ask each and every member of this legislation to take the longer view. lead the way by focusing on health and welfare of our neighbors. let work together to put montana begans first and use their hard-earned cash dollars wisely. [applause] it it's that same year -- that will help montana to lead america to energy independence. with responsible dwo. our poll, with oil and gas, hydropower, biofuel, the geothermal capacity. we are creating jobs and strength. ing our rural economies. for some communities in east
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